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iOS Swift Enums and Structs Enums Associated Values

Pass or fail....monster rancher

 310> enum Scounts { 
 311.     case Passed(String) 
 312.     case Failed(String) 
 313.     //case Members(Int)                                                                                                                                   
 314. } 
 315> let TestStatus = Scounts.Passed("You passed!!") 
TestStatus: Scounts = Passed {
  Passed = "You passed!!"
 317> switch TestStatus{ 
 318. case .Passed(let passed): 
 319.     print(passed) 
 320. case .Failed(let failed): 
 321.     print(failed) 
 322. } 
You passed!!

I think it is funny that when I comment out case Members(Int)

error shows. because the Int type is different than string so when switching over those values it doesn't work.